Inland Township was established in Benzie County in 1869. It is located on the far eastern side of Benzie County bordering Grand Traverse County. Inland Township has a total of 36.2 square miles, of which, 35.8 square miles of it is land and 0.4 square miles of it is water. Fifty to Sixty percent of Inland Township is state owned under the supervision of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. The 2010 census showed that the population was 2,070.
The picturesque Platte River runs through the township from Bronson Lake through the Platte River Fish Hatchery which is located on US 31. Privately owned Turtle Lake Campground is located on the northwest shore of Turtle Lake and the new 24 acre Township Park offer exciting outdoor adventures for young and old alike.
Township offices are located at 19668 Honor Hwy (US31), Interlochen, MI. The township provides public services including a fire department, cemeteries, and park.
19668 Honor Hwy
Interlochen, MI 49643
Supervisor, Thurs. 9-12
Zoning, Mon. 4:30-6